Uk Bands

23 May 19
LOUD WOMEN

“every song they play has a different vibe, and I love it” – Anna GM caught LA’s Pinky Pinky live in Manchester for LOUD WOMEN

23 May 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

It’s seriously refreshing to hear that someone like Hillary Kerr—our co-founder, chief content officer, and resident Vanderpump Rules expert—can appreciate how easy it is to get bogged down with the whirlwind of the day-to-day. And given that she built WWW from the ground up, co-wrote three books, launched not one but three lines at Target, […]

23 May 19
Wirral In It Together

About us Speaking as a former local authority street lighting designer, I can state with confidence that although I left the role almost ten years ago, the provision of public street lighting is a power and not a duty. But what does this mean in plain language?  Well, the advantage to your local council is a […]

23 May 19
ROX Magazine

ROCK’N’GROWL RECORDS, a division of ROCK’N’GROWL PROMOTION have announced, the addition of three more bands: RYAN ROXIE (Alice Cooper, Planet Axe), BLACKMAYNE and PHONOMIK for the digital Rock/Metal Sampler ‘RAWKAHOLIC Volume 1‘, which will be released by end of June 2019. The first three bands which were announced are SYTERIA (feat. Jackie Chambers of Girlschool […]

23 May 19
News Archives Uk

They are one of the largest K-pop superstars in the world and their YouTube views are currently more than 6 billion. Recently, Blackpink played in Coachella, where they continued to break records as the first female K-pop stars. They were even discovered by Will Smith when they were "K-pop apprentices" in Korea eight years ago. […]

23 May 19
News Archives Uk

Boris Johnson's leadership campaign was in full swing on Thursday as centrist conservatives were worried that a Brexit hard-line was about to become prime minister. The former Foreign Secretary got two important mentions: Johnny Mercer, who had been considered himself a candidate for power, and Gavin Williamson, the former Secretary of Defense, who should make […]

23 May 19
raytodd.blog

22nd May 2019  IRAN’S URANIUM STOCKPILE AND THE FUTURE OF THE JCPOA An article in The Diplomat on 22nd May said that a spokesperson for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization clarified Tehran’s plans in the next days and weeks, clarifying the measures recently announced by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pertaining to the country’s commitments under the […]

23 May 19
A Sound Day

Rock and pop music had evolved and changed considerably during the ’60s, with simple guitar-and-drum two-minute singles increasingly replaced with more complex, more layered sounding songs from full albums taking center stage. By 1969, the Beatles and Beach Boys had both put out epic, superbly-produced concept albums that had changed the face of music. On […]

23 May 19
The Collected Works of Kevin EG Perry

He chats to me about his various life roles, from the E Street Band to playing Silvio on ‘The Sopranos’. Oh, and he talks Brexit too. (Vice)

23 May 19
Luxury with a History of Love

It’s seriously refreshing to hear that someone like Hillary Kerr—our co-founder, chief content officer, and resident Vanderpump Rules expert—can appreciate how easy it is to get bogged down with the whirlwind of the day-to-day. And given that she built WWW from the ground up, co-wrote three books, launched not one but three lines at Target, […]

23 May 19
SLM1975's Weblog

This was the album that sucked me into Whoville 30 years ago, released in the US May 17, and the UK May 23. Every track is an Amazing Journey, especially when played live at shows like Woodstock, Tanglewood & Isle of Wight 1970, 1989, 2017, etc… In 1975, the year I was born, it became […]

23 May 19
Sufficient Living

Here’s a GND Idear… TL;DR Restructure Canada's politics both in major and in slight ways that targets the areas that most need targeting Goals of the Green New Deal (roughly): Avert the global climate crisis Eliminate poverty Restructure our systems and economies such that they are sustainable and effective There are more and more nuanced […]

23 May 19
Update News Portal

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Richard Ashcroft referred to Bittersweet Symphony as a “masterpiece” One of rock music’s most famous injustices has finally been resolved. For the last 22 years, The Verve haven’t made a penny from Bittersweet Symphony, after forfeiting the royalties to The Rolling Stones. The song was embroiled in a legal […]

23 May 19
News Archives Uk

image Description The court was shown a police interview with Carl Beech in 2014 A man accused of making false allegations of child molestation against public figures told police that his dog had been "kidnapped" by a pedophile gang, including the former MI5 chief, "as a warning". In a video interview shown in court, Carl […]